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New York: East Village Other, Inc., 1968. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid, 11.5 x 16 inches, illus., lightly and evenly toned, a few small closed tears and a chip or two, mailing label overlapping cover logo, else very good condition. Cover shows Mickey Rooney (?) reacting to headline "Hanoi Says Yes?".....
New York: WW Publishers, 1972-1976. Newspaper. 16-20pp. various. Eleven issues from 1972 tro 1976 of this weekly tabloid [folded]. 1 issue from 1972, 2 issues from 1974, 3 issues from 1975, 4 issues from 1975. Lower right hand corner of pages of April 20, 1972 issue creased. Lower front wrap.....
New York: International Socialist Review Publishing Association, 1972. Magazine. One issue, 8.5x11 inches, staplebound wraps and with slightly stained and edge worn wraps. 47p. This issue tackles "Feminism and the Marxist Movement", "Prospects for a Black Party", "The Road to Freedom" by George Novack, more.
Chicago: Workers Voice, 1979. Pamphlet. 10p., wraps, a few corners creased else very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Sibeko was the Director of Foreign Affairs and member of the Presidential Council, Pan Africanist Congress of Azania. On June 11, 1979 Sibeko was assassinated in Salaam, Tanzania.
n.p. the author, 1969. Two 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together at upper left corner, very good. Harriet Smith, later known as Sister Makinya Sibeko-Kouate, was a pivotal activist at Merritt College in the 1960s, serving as student body president and organizing a Black Studies program that brought together several of.....
[San Francisco]: Socialist Action, 1992. One issue, photocopied on 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left. 41p. Wrap worn, name of previous owner penciled in on upper right corner of front wrap, else generally good condition. Debates on ideological questions, party functioning and schisms, and discussion of world events at.....
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1979. Staplebound. One issue, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, 43pp., issue is worn, edge and shelf worn, Some minor water damage on the bottom edge of the wraps, else good condition. Reports on the Labor Movement and the Party, the Struggle for Black Liberation, The Chicano Movement.....
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1978. One issue, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, 48 pages, wraps worn and aged, else good condition. Report from the "Active Workers and Socialist Educational Conference" party 1. Various contributions on the fight for Black liberation, the ERA, work in the unions, more.
San Francisco: Julian Richardson Associates, 1969. [22p.], wraps, first edition, inscribed by Stroud (as Stroud), library withdrawn stamp on last page (no other markings). African American poet. "Whenever the man makes a statement of fact, / reverse it completely! And you'll begin thinking Black."